Parent & Student Information
Western Colorado Community College (WCCC) is pleased to open the doors of higher education to prepared and able high school students in the College's fourteen county service area. This is an exciting way for high school students to advance and accelerate their college careers BEFORE high school graduation.
Participation in any one of the concurrent enrollment programs at Western Colorado Community College is open to 11th and 12th grade students who qualify for admission to this college-level program. Other students may be eligible based on special circumstances and/or needs. Students should work in partnership with their high school guidance counselors when pursuing these options.
For More Information contact your local high school counselor or principal or a WCCC representative.
Heather Exby, Director of Student Services/WCCC
Karen Sturgill, Administrative Assistant/WCCC
Course Costs The cost of tuition for concurrent courses is based on the program option available to the student. Regular in-state College tuition is charged for students enrolled in courses on any of the College's campus (FastTrack or Concurrent Enrollment programs). Students involved with the courses offered on high school campuses pay a reduced charge of $60 per credit hour. WCCC has negotiated with individual school districts regarding tuition payments; books and student fees are the responsibility of the students. Check with the individual school district regarding tuition billing details.
High School Program Resources
All Colorado resident students enrolled in the High School /Concurrent enrollment programs through Western Colorado Community College must register for the College Opportunity Fund to offset their tuition costs.
It's easy and quick. It takes a few minutes. You'll need your Social Security number and Colorado state ID. Just click on the COF logo to register.